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ICYMI: A few sports legends left us

Two athletes who left a lasting impact on their sports

Former Atlanta Braves’ Hall Of Fame Baseball Legend Hank Aaron Memorialized In Atlanta Photo by Megan Varner/Getty Images

Welcome to In Case You Missed It, a weekly article that captures the biggest storylines from all across the sports world. Tune in each week to see what you might have missed in the previous seven days.

Fake Teams

Andres Chavez covers some cheap sources for three pointers in your fantasy basketball leagues

The FakeTeams group covers the top 30 catchers as position weeks are upon us


Rick Stroud (Tampa Bay Times) covers an exciting NFL Championship between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady

Charles Goldman (Chiefs Wire at USA Today) covers the internet’s reactions to the Chiefs win

Net Income (Nets Daily) covers what the New York Liberty need to do in the upcoming draft after drafting Sabrina Ionescu last year.

OlympicTalk (with NBC Sports) cover a record breaking shotput from Ryan Crouser

Wisconsin Athletics ( cover an epic weekend hockey series between (No. 2) Wisconsin and (No. 1) Minnesota

Craig Forsythe (Broad Street Bullies) covers the ending of NBC Sports at the end of 2021 as NHL and NASCAR will move to USA Network and Peacock

Will Leitch ( covers the longest playoff droughts and who can possibly break it this year

In Memoriam

Neil Paine (fivethirtyeight) covers the greatness that was Hank Aaron

NHL covers how George Armstrong trailblazer many paths through the NHL including being the first of indigenous decent to play professional hockey